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Department of Theology
Marquette Hall 115
1217 W. Wisconsin Avenue
Milwaukee, WI 53233
THEOLOGY ON SOCIAL
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A good grasp of religion and theology is crucial for understanding today's world. As a major in Theology and Religion you will be challenged to think both critically and faithfully about life's most meaningful questions, developing a set of skills–habits of heart and mind–that will serve you well wherever you may go, whatever you may do. Theology will help liberate you. It will help you find your way, not just in a career, but in life.
The Theology and Religion major requires 33 credit hours in Theology, including:
Depending on a student's preparation and educational needs, other courses may be substituted by approval of the departmental advisor, who may also suggest cognate courses in other departments. Students preparing for graduate studies in theology are encouraged to begin courses in a necessary classical (Greek/Hebrew/Latin) or modern language (French/German).
For more information on the Theology and Religion major, including courses and an extensive course work guide, please visit the Marquette Undergraduate Bulletin.